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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol Ii Mon Khmer Siamese Chinese Families"

KHlMTl.
het-ka.'       Kau-mai   lak-ohai   ni-nawhl    n'thok-wa.'         T«.na^4'o

man    kba-man-kbau-mai2    akhang     hau«ka,

his       his-shvea (thus)        order       gave

<luk     kau-mai      aiMriwto     pha           an-khea-ui         au-nung-ta;

'«>»      wy-to    hMing.t,rowfht robe       v>hteh*u>st-good

Jim-man      mai     lakcMp   shup-ta,'   khiSn-nang-kau       tin      mai   khep-b'n
finger-hit     upon      a-ring       put,               tfm{            (4W)./^   Mjj0ll

25. shiip-iiad-ta3;   khto-nang-kaa   tu4        clii\m-kan-sM5         kin-Mt     Luk    kau
place;                  and              us    bewg-merry-together     lei-eat.      Son     my

nang-ti-tai,     ngai khun-nang-kau        pak-ma;             hai-ka,    khiin.nang.kau Lai-ma"

(wt8)like-to-die> now        and         (he)-retttrned*lM8 ; (he)-lwt-wa8t        and        j

Khun-nang-kau    po     n'kha*  Ink       cliAm.kan»ka,?
And        father     and    son   made-merry 4ogethet\

Mu-nai     luk-ohai     long    man   u8   tung«na-mai»      Maa
son      thpelder    he   was   tn-the-feld.      Me

hun    mai   mu-ma.       Mu      ti-thung hua-mai    ka-nai     kh&n«nan^kau

the-home   to   returned.   (And)~when nearing the-Jwme   dancing              &nd

30, sheng-k^ng-slieng-sliam      nai-Mn-sM,     mu-nai    man        klia-hun-uian-

music                 (he~)heariny,      then      he

ko4ung"inai° hang-shi tbam-ka,    *hun   hau   mai     pea-Iiu?1   Mu-nai   kha-nai
a            calliwj    asked,    ( house   our     &t mutter-ioluit t* Then    tlwe-the

man-mai   lau-ka,      knang-chai       mau    htin-tnai      mii-ma.       Lai-pu-nai-sh*
lum       told,    'younger-brother    your      home       returned.        Gotuegwntty

1 Pht-hel ~ iii
a Khd-khau-mai = slaves ; jfciaw. is the plural suffix , *»a» aocusatife cas« suffix.
s SliZp onl.y means to put on cevtam things,
-  Tbs tu = us (excluding the person addressed), and belongs lo kwlc&t = let eat, tS-kfokfa = let %$ eat,
5 Kan is a lecipiocal pwtticle ; ch&m'lan+sK — making- meny togelher*
*  JJ'i^a is a ptonouu meaninj,' iof/i, and 15 trsed m speahing of two persons
7  Chdm ka, = made raeuy, kw (reciprocal pmticle) = together.
8  V IB the substantive verb meaning haw "fras.'  In Kriamti bare roots of verb are often as&dto ezprcu /?arf ution.,
9  jEWJwj»w« klongs to i/w, khfcko-lung-mai sr a slave, t»ss ii simply ihe »ecasattt« ew suffis*
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